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Bike buddies supporting new and returning cyclists

Are you a confident cyclist willing to help others experience the joy and freedom of cycling? Or a new or returning cyclist feeling nervous about cycling in London? We are starting a new free "bike buddies" scheme in Lambeth, to support more people to take to two (or three) wheels. A Lambeth bike buddies group … Continue reading Bike buddies supporting new and returning cyclists

Court rejects claims against low traffic neighbourhoods

This morning a High Court judge rejected a case against Lambeth's new low traffic neighbourhoods. We welcome this important judgement supporting the council's approach to creating safer, healthier streets. We already knew the council's approach was popular as shown by polling specialists and in the results of May's elections. We know they have enabled people … Continue reading Court rejects claims against low traffic neighbourhoods

Walking and cycling improvements Streatham Hill to the Elephant

We have written before about minor improvements TfL promised to the A23 north of the South Circular and to the A3 from the Oval to Elephant. We wrote how we have been surprised that the small changes that have been made such as continuous bus lanes, removal of two straight ahead lanes at junctions and … Continue reading Walking and cycling improvements Streatham Hill to the Elephant

Tulse Hill LTN report: more people cycling & fewer driving

More people are cycling in the Tulse Hill low traffic neighbourhood, and motor traffic is down too. This welcome news is shown in new figures for bike and motor vehicle movements in and around the area. Safer Streets for Tulse Hill is a group of Tulse Hill residents, some living inside the LTN and some … Continue reading Tulse Hill LTN report: more people cycling & fewer driving

More people cycling in the Streatham Hill low traffic neighbourhood

The Streatham Hill low traffic neighbourhood has seen a big increase in people cycling. The monitoring report on the scheme also sets out improvements that will be made so that the low traffic neighbourhood works even better. We look forward to TfL's improvements to the A23 Streatham Hill becoming reality. They will make a real … Continue reading More people cycling in the Streatham Hill low traffic neighbourhood

More people cycling in Ferndale low traffic neighbourhood

More people are cycling in the low traffic neighbourhood around Ferndale Road. It is good that further improvements to the scheme are coming too. This news is shown in new figures for bike and motor vehicle movements in and around the area. Lambeth council’s map showing the Ferndale low traffic neighbourhood when launched in 2020. … Continue reading More people cycling in Ferndale low traffic neighbourhood